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Recent Decision Reminds Companies to Use Best Practices to Protect Their Internal Investigations

The DC Circuit recently heard oral argument regarding a mandamus petition filed by defendants in a qui tam action. The case sheds light on the best practices that companies should utilize to increase the odds that the...more

5/21/2014 - Attorney-Client Privilege Corporate Counsel Internal Investigations Qui Tam Work Product Privilege

"Solicitation" In the Era of Social Media Remains Unsettled

Last month, in KNF&T v. Muller (October 2013), the Massachusetts Superior Court found that a LinkedIn update regarding an employee's new job was not a solicitation of business in violation of her non-competition agreement,...more

12/5/2013 - General Solicitation Social Media

New York AG Takes a Swipe at Payroll Cards

Employers and employees are increasingly turning to payroll cards, rather than paper paychecks, to pay and receive their payrolls. However, a class action was filed recently in Pennsylvania challenging certain practices and...more

7/18/2013 - Attorney Generals Class Action Passwords Payroll Cards Payroll Records

Given Recent NLRB Decisions Finding Standard Confidentiality Policies Unlawful, Employers Should Review and Update Their Policies

On January 8, 2013, a National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) administrative law judge ruled that a proprietary/confidential information provision in Quicken Loan’s employment agreement with its mortgage banker employees...more

1/23/2013 - NLRA NLRB Protected Concerted Activity Section 7

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